Tag Archives: Illustrators

Norman Rockwell Museum

Norman Rockwell Museum Stockbridge, MA Norman Rockwell was probably most famous for his Saturday Evening Post covers Which depict small town life in America. Often humorous, sometimes political, and always honest. In 1916, the 22-year-old Rockwell painted his first cover for The Saturday Evening Post, the magazine considered by Rockwell to be the “greatest show […]

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Eric Carle Museum

We packed a car load of kids and headed to the Eric Carle Museum in Amherst, MA. The author and illustrator of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. A kid friendly Museum with beautiful illustrations for children and adults alike. With a hands on art studio where kids can create their very own masterpieces. A place where […]

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Cornish Colony Museum

Current Exhibit: *Illustrating the Imagination: Celebrating Children’s Illustrators From the Cornish Colony and Today* (through March 28th The Cornish Colony was a community of artists and creative individuals founded in 1885 by a lawyer from New York named Charles Cotesworth Beaman. He soon convinced his friend Augustus Saint-Gaudens, one of the premier sculptors of the […]

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